CbC Reporting incorporates revised standards for transfer pricing documentation and a common template for SGEs to report income and other
measures of economic activity for each country in which they conduct their activities.
The statements require you to report details, by jurisdiction, regarding your global and local operations and activities, transfer
pricing policies, international related party dealings, revenues, profits, and taxes paid.
CbC reporting adopts a three-tiered approach including:
Why Country-by-Country (CbC) was introduced.
Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting is part of a wide range of international measures aimed at combating tax avoidance through more
comprehensive exchanges of information between countries. CbC reporting and transfer pricing (TP) documentation was introduced in Base
erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) Action 13.
Is Country-by-Country (CbC) Reporting applicable to you?
In May 2020, the Significant Global Entity (SGE) concept was expanded by the Treasury Laws Amendment (2020 Measures No.1) Act 2020 so
that, for income years or periods commencing on or after 1 July 2019, the concept applies to group of entities headed by
an entity other than a listed company – mirroring how it applies to groups headed by a listed company. In both cases, exceptions to
consolidation and rules on materiality that may permit an entity not to consolidate with other entities are to be disregarded.
Consequently, the SGE concept can apply to entities such as high wealth individuals; partnerships; trusts; those considered to be
non-material to a group as well as certain investment entities (and those that they control), including in circumstances where
consolidated financial statements have not been prepared.
CBC REPORTING OBLIGATION
From 1 July 2019
CbC reporting entity status
Before 1 July 2019
CbC reporting entity is defined as either:
A CBC reporting parent which can be a standalone entity whose annual global income is A$1 billion or more, or a member of a
CBC reporting group who is not controlled by another entity in the group and has annual global income A$1 billion or more
A member of a CBC reporting group, and one of the other group members is a CBC reporting parent.
A CBC reporting group may be a group that is consolidated for accounting purposes as a single group or a notional listed company group.
A notional listed company group is a group of entities that would be required to be consolidated as a single group for accounting purposes
if a member of that group were a listed company. An entity that is not consolidated for accounting purposes on the basis that the entity is
immaterial is included as part of the notional listed company group.
How we can help.
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In complex situations, we help identify whether your company has CBC reporting obligations.
Prepare CBC reporting statements:
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Lodge CBC reporting statements:
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Apply for extensions/ exemptions:
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We are the experts in Country-by-Country Reporting in Australia.
We'd be delighted to assist you in your CbC requirements.